|Peggy Sue (#47553681)|
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My full time occupation is being a roadrunner. "Life is short, enjoy it" is my motto. I do this work publicly so that future generations will have access to it. No one person in a family has the right to hog the family history. It belongs to all the family.|
My FAG interests are in the areas of mostly Copiah, Claiborne, Adams and Wilkinson Counties (all Mississippi). I tend to input headstones that are close to my heart or call my name. But my dearest family names are Ritchey (Ritchie, Richey), Knight's and O'Neal's of Copiah County, and believe I am related to near every soul in the Pine Bluff Cemetery of Dentville, Mississippi!! My grandmother Thedford was one of 16 children....my grandfather Anderson had six wives! I have lots and lots of cousins somewhere.
I am more than happy to make transfers if you make the request through the edit button of the memorial.
I am very careful about inputting information and try very hard to be accurate given the poor state of some of the headstones and sometimes the poor state of my mind. Please correct me gently if I am wrong (and I do make mistakes). My entries are from walking the cemetery. I take this task seriously and this job is much harder than it looks.
P.S.Please know that before I started my Find A Grave career, I was unknowningly bitten by a tick and now have Lyme Disease. The diagnosis took ten years to make. I no longer tromp through high grass in cemeteries, etc. for pictures. Shucks.
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|James Earl (Sam) Price||Benjamin Hardin Ritchey, Senior.|
Dear Peggy, I apologize. Made an error. Benjamin Hardin Ritchey was born in Jefferson County, Mississippi. instead.
Thus, please remove the name Davis.
Again I apologize.
|Colette Alfred-Sikes||RE: Charles J Miller|
Hi Peggy Sue
I'm going to send you an email.
|William Sanders||RE: Louisa A Denny Knight 13564119|
Hi Peggy, thank you for the kind words. I'm so glad you liked the book! If you would like to maintain Louisa's memorial, I will be happy to make a transfer. Just let me know.
|CemeteryRose||RE: Edna Mayer|
You are quite welcome. Thank you for creating and maintaining Edna's memorial. I have sent you a short bio (through the Find A Grave edit system) of her for your consideration as an addition to her memorial.
Seems I connect to almost everyone of the people buried in Pine Bluff Cemetery too.. But the Ritchie, Ritchey family line, as I genetically matched that lineage... I have no knowledge of family link.. I also match a Eva Potter Lineage and have no knowledge of that line.. Do you know how we link to Either of those lines?
|James Earl (Sam) Price||James Earl (Sam) Price|
Dear Cousin Paggy; I have found you.
|Don Louviere||RE: Numerous Duplicate Entries|
I plan to eliminate all dup that are being created by Find-a-Grave contributors.
I too walked and photographed the entire cemetery.
It's a small but beautiful cemetery.
|Katie Nelson||RE: Ida Myers Knight|
It does seem like it would be an error the way the edit is worded but there are actually two Martin Knights in the cemetery. Ida Knight's husband was Dr. Martin Luther Knight (1869-1914) and her son was Martin Luther Knight, Jr. (1909-1975). The edit just says Martin Knight but if you go to the memorials you can see the entire name. I'm sorry it was so confusing. I appreciate your help and also everything you do for the Find a Grave project.
I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all you do here on Find A Grave. I work for an elderly lady who has been trying to get past a dead end on her family tree for years. I have also tried to help with this dead end.
I wanted to let you know that because of information you have posted here in Natchez City Cemetery, Adams County, MS we may very well be near to getting past that dead end. Needless to say we are both extremely excited.
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Added by debgilbt on Feb 06, 2015 3:53 PM
|Magnolia||RE: Margaret Shaw|
Sorry it has taken me so long to answer! I do not know if she was called "Mary". Will try to research that a bit more. Thank you so much.
Added by Magnolia on Dec 28, 2014 7:29 PM
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